Mosaic Intelligence Report - June 22, 2007 In a press conference at the White House both Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and President George Bush pledged their support for Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas. But in the Arab World, this sponsorship was seen as the final "kiss of death" to the credibility of Abbas among his own people. How will the Palestinians react to this? Will President Abbas now join the ranks of Karzai, Maliki and Seniora? All this and more on Link TV 's...
Two days in a row this week car bombs rocked towns near the capital of Algeria. Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb claimed responsibility for the attacks. Is Algeria turning into another Iraq? And why did Bin Laden shift his attention to Algeria? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.
Mosaic Intelligence Report - January 26, 2007 Link TV's Middle East analyst and award-winning producer, Jamal Dajani, gives his weekly unique perspective and insight on major newsworthy stories. Drawing on reports from more than 30 Middle Eastern news broadcasts, this Mosaic Intelligence Report provides context, analysis and a behind the scenes look at the stories you never see on American TV. Headlines for this episode include: Violent clashes between Sunnis and Shiites erupt in Lebanon, Is...
Segments include: Battle Over Saddam International Airport; U.S. Fights for Northern Territory; Israeli Expert Comments on U.S. 'Road Map'...Places referenced include: Mosul; Turkey; Washington, U.S....TV stations contributing segments include: Abu Dhabi TV, UAE; ANN TV, London; IBA, Israel Topics: Worldlink TV, Mosaic World News
Mosaic Intelligence Report - November 2, 2007 U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice designates the rebel Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK, a "common enemy." America assists the Kurds in Iraq and opposes the ones in Turkey . Why the double Standard? And will Turkey invade northern Iraq? Answers to these questions and more on Link TV’s Mosaic Intelligence Report.
Segments include: Saudi Arabia, U.S. Vow to Capture Terrorists; Thieves Loot Vaccination Center, Citizens at Risk of Polio Disease; Egypt Condemns Saudi Attacks; Bremer Encourages UN Aid; Female Suicide Bomber Kills At Least 14 in Chechnya; Khatami Makes Milestone Speech to Lebanese Crowds; Mass Graves Uncovered in Iraq; At Least 34 Killed in Saudi Blasts; Israeli Incursions Leave Palestinians Dead and Wounded; Saudi Arabia and Tehran Agree on Bilateral Trade and Investment...Places referenced... Topics: Worldlink TV, Mosaic World News
A look at how Arabs have been villified within Hollywood - from cinema's earliest days to contemporary blockbusters that feature machine-gun wielding, bomb-exploding "evil" Arabs. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews )
Segments include: Iraqi Exile Returns Home; Saudi Officials Meet with Secretary of State Colin Powell; Suicide Bombers Attack Ex-Pats Living Compound in Riyadh; Israeli-Palestinian Prime Ministers to Meet; Israeli Arrests 14 Israeli-Arabs Accused of Supporting Hamas, Islamic Jihad; Israeli Troops Raid Palestinian Towns, Make Arrests, Demolish Homes; Australia Blames Al Qaeda for Saudi Bombing Attacks; Iranian President Meets Hezbollah Leader; Exiled Shi'ite Leader Returns to Iraq, Denounces... Topics: Worldlink TV, Mosaic World News
MOSAIC: World News from the Middle East Thursday, July 01, 2004 Segment Headlines Al-Manar TV, UAE Saddam Hears Charges Against Him Abu Dhabi TV, UAE Saddam on Trial IRIB2 TV, Iran Saddam Appears in Trial Al-Alam TV, Iran Iraqis React to Saddam Trial Jordan TV, Jordan Saddam at First Hearing Mixed Reactions Over Saddam Trial Attacks Continue in Iraq Al-Manar TV, Lebanon US Soldiers Suffering from Depression Israeli Escalation Continues Against Palestinians Israel Hands Over List of 28 Outposts... favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Mosaic, Link TV, Middle East
Link TV’s Middle East analyst and award-winning producer, Jamal Dajani, gives his weekly unique perspective and insight on major newsworthy stories. Drawing on reports from more than 30 Middle Eastern news broadcasts, this Mosaic Intelligence Report provides context, analysis and a behind the scenes look at the stories you never see on American TV.
(Mosaic Intelligence Report: November 13, 2009) Saudi Arabia uses fighter jets against Yemeni Houthi rebels. Both Yemen and Saudi Arabia accuse Iran of arming the rebels. Why did Arab satellite carriers drop Iran's Al Alam TV? And will the war of proxies lead to a confrontation between Saudi Arabia and Iran?
Mosaic features selections from daily TV news programs produced by national broadcasters throughout the Middle East. The news reports are presented unedited and translated, when necessary, into English.Mosaic includes television news broadcasts from selected national and regional entities. Some of the broadcasters are state controlled and others are private networks, often affiliated with political factions. These news reports are regularly watched by 280 million people in 22 countries all over... Topics: Mosaic, Middle East, Link TV
Segments include: Lead Palestinian Negotiator Resigns; Iraq Suffers from Oil Shortage; Moscow, China and Russia Skeptical of U.N. Resolution to Lift Sanctions on Iraq; U.S. Plans to Ban the Ba'ath Party; U.S. Investigators Arrive in Saudi Arabia to Investigate Bombings; Israeli Forces Raid the Gaza Strip; Israeli Demolishes Home of Suicide Bomber; Palestinian Lead Negotiator Resigns; Palestinians Mark the Al Nakba or "Catastrophe" Day; Russian President Focuses on Domestic Economy;... Topics: Worldlink TV, Mosaic World News
Mosaic Intelligence Report, Apirl 27, 2007 Headlines for this episode include: Despite having an approval rating of just 3%, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert Clings to Power; Next week's a government report on the failed Israeli War in Lebanon might deliver the final blow; Will Olmert be able to survive? All this and more on Link TV's Mosaic Intelligence Report.